For law students starting a new semester, here is a roundup of past Listen Like a Lawyer posts that may be helpful:

Listening at your externship

Listening to children (if you work in a children’s clinic)

Preparing for a negotiations class

A technique for taking notes

Organizing guest-speaker appearances for a law-school organization

There is no evidence to support distinct “learning styles”

Working in groups and balancing introverts and extroverts

Laptops in class

Observing your first oral argument

Next steps in oral-argument preparation (trying some improvisation)

 

 

 

Posted by Jennifer Romig

Jennifer teaches writing, research, and advocacy at Emory Law School. She tweets at @ListenLikeaLwyr and @JenniferMRomig.

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